Explorer Emphasis Article

Can super basins save the planet? IHS Markit, the international industry analysis firm, estimates the world will need to replace production of more than 14.5 billion barrels of oil equivalent annually by the year 2040.

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Delegates Voice Article

The House of Delegates has approved the list of 2018 HoD honors and award winners.

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wwwUpdate Blog

The House of Delegates has approved the list of 2018 HoD honors and award winners.

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wwwUpdate Blog

AAPG announces the candidates for the 2018-19 Executive Committee. Biographical information, including video interviews and personality profiles, will be available in early 2018.

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wwwUpdate Blog

The AAPG Executive Committee has approved the following list of honors and award winners. The awards will be presented during the opening ceremony of the 2018 Annual Convention & Exhibition, set for May 20-23 in Salt Lake City.

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Explorer Director’s Corner

The sun shone on London in mid-October as AAPG continued its centennial celebration with our final major event of the year at the 2017 International Conference and Exhibition (ICE). And that shining sun was a harbinger of a great conference, as more than 2,000 attendees from across the globe gathered to teach and learn about the science, the industry trends, and catch a glimpse of the future of the next 100 years of oil and natural gas exploration.

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Explorer President’s Column

In the United States we celebrate Thanksgiving on Nov. 23. No matter where you are in the world, it is always good to give thanks. I am thankful to organizers of this year’s highly successful International Conference and Exhibition (ICE) in London and I am personally thankful for a profession that allows each of us to work in teams to solve challenging problems while we create energy abundance, prosperity and a better way of life for the world.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

New developments in digital rocks and digital outcrop models continue to put more data – and more realistic data – on geoscientists’ desktops.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

Drones, satellites and software advances are transforming exploration through virtual reality.

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